Personal techniques you use to be a good leader or boss?
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Leadership is About Building Potential

Leadership is About Building Potential | Personal techniques you use to be a good leader or boss? | Scoop.it
There are people who think that the most valuable skill a leader can have is thinking strategically. Leaders need to set goals, then plan the steps it will take to achieve those goals. Other people think that, more than anything else, leaders need to be able to communicate. A strong leader has a unique vision, …

Via Anne Leong, John Michel
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I think a good leader must be able to develop and mentor others to be able to learn to lead and step into their shoes when they step down from their position of leadership. It is like planting nurture D young plant to grow into a strong tree in the future. My take on this as a leader or you can say a woman leader.

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John Michel's curator insight, February 18, 2014 9:52 PM

How does your leadership build potential?

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20 Positive Ways to Confront Poor Performance

20 Positive Ways to Confront Poor Performance | Personal techniques you use to be a good leader or boss? | Scoop.it
Advice for manager who must deal with employee performance issues. (20 Positive Ways to Confront an Employee's Poor Performance.

Via Ingenium Consultants, Mike Klintworth
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Members or employers who does not perform accordingly must be met and told privately about his/her shortcomings and asked the whys and reasons for such performance. Leaders must be understanding and give a few chances to a certain point for them to improved. It has to be pointed out that there will be just one warning and then subsequent numbers of meetings on the same problem will be officially recorded as infractions as per rules of the company or organization. Leaders must dig into the real reasons behind the poor performance to be able to help each member in improving themselves either by mentoring or be guided by a peer in his work until he/she can perform well. 

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Mike Klintworth's curator insight, February 13, 2014 6:30 AM

These 20 tips will help you approach and navigate those sometimes uncomfortable engagements with a poor performer.